Introducing the new 2018/19

XYZ Extreme® Anchor

We are proud to introduce the new XYZ Extreme Anchor. As the design is modular the fluke is offered in aluminum or 316 sst. The XYZ also comes in complete one part fluke made of 316L or extra strong 17-4PH sst. The front saw blade is always made of stainless steel.
The anchor fluke surface is 10mm / 3/8”. The surface of the 23lbs/12kg XYZ is equal to ~ 60lbs/30kg typical anchors. Holding power in sand, mad and clay is enormous!
Modular design enables fluke made of the 316L stainless steel or aluminum (anodized black or satin). The front saw blade is always made of stainless steel. The new XYZ also comes in complete one part fluke made of 316L or extra strong 17-4PH stainless steel.XYZ Extreme Anchor is made with precision and has a stunning appearance.

The ONLY ANCHOR VIDEO!

No Roll-Bar
No Heavy, Long, and Bendable Shank
No Heavy Front Ballast
No Welding-Easily Assembled in Minutes

 

The design enables XYZ’S huge fluke surface part to make 80% of the anchor’s weight. Typical anchor has a fluke that makes just 20%-30% of a total anchor’s weight.

The ONLY ANCHOR VIDEO!

This is the ONLY ANCHOR VIDEO on the YouTube or anywhere that shows an anchor’s ability to completely submerge and set to 1M/3′ sand depth, ultimately producing ENORMOUS holding power. While in motion, XYZ constantly corrects its orientation irrelevant of the angle pull (including – 180 degree). Most anchors would get out even at a 15-degree angle and NEVER reset.

REVIEWS

Practical Sailor Magazine – Jan 2008 Boat Anchor Test

“The Extreme anchors performed well at the new site, reaffirming the design’s efficiency in terms of performance” “It set easily both times and earned an Excellent set rating” “These anchors offer surprising holding power in a light package” – “performed superbly in softer mud” “these anchors are obviously very effective in soft bottoms” “steady at both scope settings and receiving two Excellent ratings for setting”

American Bureau of Shipping

In tests conducted by the American Bureau of Shipping in a sand bottom with a five to one scope. The pull was stopped at 3,000 pounds for fear of breaking the shackle. They continued with test, with a larger shackle and 3-strand, twisted 5/8″ nylon rope. Although the rope had an 11,000 lb breaking strength, it broke! The boat anchor was retrieved undamaged.

 

In soft mud the XYZ boat anchor set and held at 400 pounds in the ABS test. This is equivalent to the holding of the Delta anchor, which is 3x heavier than the XYZ boat anchor. XYZ relies on its artificial intelligence and fluid dynamic design to wedge itself deeper and stay upright. Shackle, cable wire and chain not included.